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Who is climbing on the Rolex Ranking?

Tuesday, 06 November 2012

Jeroen Dubbeldam climbed from rank 63 to 44. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.WoSJ has taken a look at some of the riders that have climbed the most among the top 300 on the Rolex Ranking. Within the top 100 the World Cup winner from Oslo Jeroen Dubbeldam has moved from rank 63 to 44, while US rider Christine McRea has jumped from rank 110 to 82. Young Swiss rider Martin Fuchs has gone from rank 116 to 95, Italian rider Luca Moneta from 120 to 98 – a spot he shares with Albert Zoer who went from rank 117 to 98.

Outside the top 100 Clarissa Crotta has done a huge climb, and gone all the way from rank 149 to 109. Stephex Stables rider Eiken Sato has also excelled from rank 220 to 165, and Tim Gredley – who has moved from the UK to the States – has gone from rank 254 to 188. The Americans are making their presence known with Kirsten Coe up from rank 220 to 189, Cara Raether from 230 to 205, while Saer Coulter has done a giant leap from rank 294 to 209. Patrick Stühlmeyer has climbed from rank 261 to 231, Andreas Kreuzer from 261 to 235, Australia's Matt Williams jumped from rank 294 to 243, Alexandr Belekhov from 290 to 254, Duncan McFarlane is up from rank 314 to 263, Roberto Cristofolleti from 318 to 278, Lorenzo de Luca from 328 to 282 and finally Helen McNaught has gone from rank 329 to 283.

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